It’s that time of the year, when Krampus returns to find out who’s been naughty and who’s been really bad. Prepare yourself, we have everything you need! From curses, spells, witchy clothing, bespoke Satanic artifacts and collectibles, demonic handicrafts, artworks, protective amulets and bones. There is something for all misbehaving creatures! 🎄 ☠️ 😈
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- Original art, posters and prints
- Witchy Vintage Fashions & accessories
- Comix and Zines
- Occult books
- Human Remains
- Vinyl records
- Tarot cards and Tarot Readings
- VHS tapes and DVDs
- Ceramics and voodoo bottles
- Badges and accessories
- And more!
12pm – 6pm
Bethnal Green Working Mens Club, 42-44 Pollard Row, London E2 6NB
An annual, artist-led illustration, print and graphic design fair, bringing artists and buyers together in a unique environment.
The fair offers the chance for illustration lovers to meet face to face with favourite artists and discover amazing new artwork from emerging illustrators.
There is something for every pocket from exclusive original pieces to prints and gifts for under ten pounds. 🤑
OXO Tower Wharf, South Bank, Barge House Street, London SE1 9PH
From £8 book online
TIME AND PLACE:
Fri–Sun 10:00-19:00 Mon 10:00-16:00
Private views Thu 18:00-22:00
@ The Old Truman Brewery, Ely’s Yard, 15 Hanbury St, London E1 6QR
Over a hundred creative industry courses and 3,000 students exhibit their work over five disciplines: design, fashion, photography, art and design and interiors and architecture.
30th May-2nd June and 6th-9th June
Fashion (invitation only, request tickets)
13th-16th June and 20th-23rd June
Art and design
27-30th June and 4th-7th July
Interiors and architecture
TIME AND PLACE:
Doors: 10:00 – 17:45
@ Design Museum, 28 Butlers Wharf, Shad Thames, London SE1 2YD
Entry: £12 book online
The Design Museum’s exhibition celebrates the work of contemporary jewellers who have challenged the conventions of jewellery design. The show examines what we value and regard as precious, bypassing traditional perceptions in favour of the radical experiments of jewellers from the 1970s onwards who, making use of new processes, questioned the relevance of precious materials and shifted the role of preciousness from financial value to personal association. Themes include ‘Worn Out’, which celebrates the experience of wearing jewellery, and ‘Linking Links’, which looks at the ways in which meaning and narratives are expressed in jewellery. Exhibitors include Wendy Ramshaw, who is known for her complex geometric designs, and Hans Stofer, who trained in precision engineering and produces intricate wire form jewellery.